On Saturday, June 08, Ashley took to Twitter to call out the "Clerks" director for the alleged hit and run.
"Thanks @ThatKevinSmith for scratching my mirror on my car and not stopping. Classy move neighbour!" Ashley wrote.
In response to the tweet, Kevin referenced Ashley's career-making role as Sharpay in the "High School Musical" movies, replying: "Apologies – I drive like Cruella de Vil in the Hills! However, I *did* do a courtesy stop. Then when you pulled away first, I was like 'That's soooo Sharpay...'."
Ashley then replied: "HA! Apology accepted."
But after numerous fans slammed 33-year-old Ashley for using Twitter to draw Kevin's attention to the hit and run rather than attempting to speak to him in person, the screen star stopped by his house to offer him a face-to-face apology.
The development was documented by Kevin, who tweeted an image of the words "I forgot to ask for a selfie", alongside the caption: "So the incredibly sweet @ashleytisdale stopped by my house and tried to apologise. I assured her that *I'm* the one who was driving like a Wildcat. Also told her I'd sent my kid our Tweets. HQ's (Kevin's daughter Harley Quinn Smith) response: 'We saw Ashley in HighSchoolMusical Live!' Ashley was like 'Oh, maaan...'"